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market why not. find out what's really happening to the global economy with mike stronger for a no holds barred look at the global financial headlines tune into the report on. iran vols to retaliate is a. clear red line and calling for tougher u.n. action against islamic states commissions. a reason the empty taro operation on the border with russia comes under fire from a former chechen militant who calls it a stage because. he
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was a large see a lie from moscow with me say we set off in iran as it says it will not file first in any military confrontation but is strong enough to repel and attack and would hit back with deadly force the statement comes in response to the israeli prime minister's speech at the u.n. way he called the tough international action to strangle iranian nuclear research and development has already is marina but niall from new york. israel's prime minister benjamin netanyahu took to the podium to address the international body and presented somewhat of a show when his diplomatic approach this year in his speech was to hold up somewhat of a cartoonish figure of a bomb to indicate what he believes is iran's nuclear program he was holding
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up this drawing literally drew a red line in it he indicated israelis believe that iran has enriched seventy percent. to make a bomb and at the ninety percent line these are really prime minister drew a red line with a marker to indicate that the international community he says should draw that line and if you run verses that lie it would lead to military intervention benjamin netanyahu says that sanctions over the past seven years that have been placed on tehran has not deterred them from continuing their nuclear program and so he was trying to rally the world body to take a more forceful actions against iran but clearly this was a different tactic most representatives take what addressing the international
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community usually they give somewhat of a speech there is some tension rising between the u.s. and israel over iran because the u.s. has not been as forceful with this red line rhetoric as israel has been and israel is hoping that the u.s. will be more aggressive in setting in which there could be. kind of consequences put upon iran if iran continues its nuclear program so clearly a lot of issues being discussed at the u.n. as all these world leaders are meeting in new york for the week. becoming producer is also up for debate at the u.n. general assembly this while a surge of fighting in syria's second city has reportedly reached a stalemate after i was a fierce clashes on friday the three month long battle for aleppo is said to have entered its decisive phase where the latest clashes described as unprecedented amid the escalating violence of the un human rights council has extended
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a mandate to investigate war crimes in the country the forty seven member body also paused a resolution that condemns what it called widespread by the by syrian government forces but the attacks are made no mention of alleged rebel atrocities forcing russia and china among others to vote against what they consider an unbalanced motion moscow's trying to mediate a peaceful solution to the conflict but the russian foreign minister says those outside interests in ongoing bloodshed he was part of said again brawls interview with us talk show host charlie rose when we tell our opposition party syrian opposition representatives that we believe that you should forget you know about you know who is. more important in the opposition movement you should them forget about your personal hatred why don't you think about your people why don't you stop fighting and they have been telling us and in response
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you know but. for mr followers they give us a different voice they tell us keep fighting until the end. raise your voice saying that russia must. and you will and you will prevail. reaction on inside now from jake upon bergen founder and president of the future of freedom foundation n.g.o.s joining us live from the u.s. i thank you for being with us here on r.t. the u.s. and its allies claim they want an end to the bloodshed in syria but the rebels say they are being urged from abroad to fly on that sort of peacemaking policies that well it's a standard policy of the u.s. government it is it is designed to oust rulers of regimes that are independent of what might be called the u.s. military empire and replace them with pro u.s. rulers so we have the dichotomy of supporting dictators in country their loyal to the us government in trying to oust dictators that are not loyal to the u.s.
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government. now washington has made it clear it will keep supporting the syrian rebels and bypassing the u.n. watching the speech making at the world body really achieve at this point then. nothing it's sheer propaganda the u.s. is committed to the ouster of the assad regime and whenever you hear the united nations it just designed to do for the american taxpayer the american voter create the appearance that the u.s. is interested in spreading democracy and freedom when in fact it has a long history of supporting dictatorial regimes in saudi arabia egypt iran under the shah of iran syria itself don't forget that the cia use the assad regime to tortures some of its rendition torture victims and so that the whatever goes on in the u.n. is is really ridiculous and senseless now the u.s.
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now says syria has moved its chemical weapons stockpiles to safety is a still a danger they could fall into the hands of minutes is all extremists in the future . of course i mean you know the question is out as to what's going to happen in syria you've got a dictatorial regime a very brutal regime that refuses to relinquish power and of course since you don't have a democracy there there is no way for the populace to peacefully oust such a regime and so the rebels are insistent that the regime has to go and we don't know where this is going to end it could in total chaos it could end in a replacement regime with it's it's a fairly peaceful transition after the the war is over i doubt though i think you're looking at a classic total chaos situation in syria i mean indeed that is the main question
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when is it all going to end the battle for aleppo has not been raising for more than two months by the syrian government and the rebels claim they hold the initiative so why hasn't he decided been able to prevail yet i mean how long could this last no one knows i mean each side is dug in. the chances of compromise in my opinion are nonexistent because the assad regime insists on staying in a power the insurgents or the rebels insist that it has to go i don't see how you can have room for compromise there and it's just a question of who has greater military might to prevail here and that's why neither side has been able to prevail because militarily the essentially equal there is that will then they have foreign patrons one sad out but who would replace and then prevent the country from descending into normal as chaos. well the u.s. obviously would want somebody that's a pro u.s. stooges though the way that for example when they ousted most today in iran they
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installed the shah of iran that's their idea is to get what they call a loyal person in there loyal to the u.s. but in this kind of situation where there is so much chaos it is impossible to predict the outcome but. right we'll keep a lookout for this story it's ongoing of course we're covering it here on r.t. continuously thank you very much live from the u.s. that was jacob founder and president of the future of freedom foundation andrea but almost immediately after georgia began boasting aid had wiped out a dozen suspected militants who had allegedly crossed russia's border last month was being cost on the operation now former georgian backed and militant is claiming the whole operation was an elaborate hoax to discredit russia god of peace gone also investigate. the recent alleged police operation georges border with russia's republic of dagestan eleven suspected terrorists did you give
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us your sense of the armed men were chechens crossed into georgian territory and kidnapped and locals before being cornered by police the news spreads quickly but not everyone is buying it you know this was all organized by georgian security services. the lack of transparency and details about the incident has led many to believe the whole so-called anti terror operation was a complete hoax georgian authorities have been very successful in creating an image of a modern western civilized state a beacon of freedom if george w. bush once called it but in this case the opposition's accusations are finding supporters on the other side of the caucasus meat he's a young dumb if he spent two decades fighting on the side of chechen militants against moscow and officially representing them in georgia he also has doubts about what really happened at this latest water operation. first of all their weapons
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were american made second none of them fired off a single shot that's not so the uniforms of the so-called fighters were brand new that was saakashvili plan he sent his guys across the border into russia and then had them shot by the georgian police this was a setup just to frame russia no one will ever be able to prove anything of course. he's really cleans the beaches for dijon with terrorists began in the ninety's when he personally helped chechen separatists by delivering weapons and aid from georgia . the pankisi gorge in georgia is really close to chechnya it takes just ten minutes to fly across the border by helicopter so we helped our warriors from georgian territory from the gorge we delivered weapons money to the injured and then send them all around the world for treatment and with the help of georgian security services and sent us gladly we got the weapons from the depository of the
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georgian anti terror center our guys came there with cash able to choose whichever weapons they wanted and. album of says these is interesting just didn't diminish even after president saakashvili came to power and then often bridge street as an envoy of democracy. everything is still controlled by the anti terror center or the mujahideen and the gym marks are in its hands they are their people any chechen who lives in georgia and wants to study in an islamic country to go through the anti terror center to take you to tbilisi you go to this center meet with some official and they won't let you go until you say yes to us three to work and then all them of claims that his knowledge almost cost him his life following an assassination attempt he was allowed to return to church now with a green light from russian authorities after he asked for forgiveness now he plans to reveal everything he knows you want to spin off r.t.
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rosalee the chechen republic. still to come this hour how to all the question. world brittania. britain but i mean it's it's the iconic association with the british empire just a bit. more important how the ladies additions to the u.k. citizenship test proved to be tricky not only for those seeking a new plan sport this story in detail and more in just a couple of minutes. looking at some jokes you simply do not believe they come speak and goodness how they can wrong oh. it's an international sled dog race with those driving the dogs. coming from as far away as a strength in canada and the u.s.
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they come to russia and everybody is so very friendly they welcomed me with open arms and the scenery is so beautiful it's very much like a laska and so i felt at home the first blood joke was brought here from australia now a straight out come to this remote russian village to take part in the race it's not surprising they love it this trail are amazing but even more amazing is the story of how racing first started here atoll it wasn't the top. grazing who set the trail ablaze but a nun and for those who brought their dia to life. five years ago. built a dog kennel in the village kids from the local open h. came around to take care of the dogs and one day they state their life might seem extreme to some the boys wake up at six to feed to the dogs before school in the
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evening they spend up to three hours training their full legged friends but smother her schedule also encourages her kids to become depth hands on the computer and internet the boys who regularly update their websites and they're in touch with the busy ma the twenty four seven on the phone itself. but children are the most important thing my own interests not play any rule any more and regardless of whether parsky has hoskins win the race or not she hopes the competition will take place in the village next year. but called these dogs and the children it really is not the weaning but truly just the taking part that counts.
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download the official application itself choose your language stream quality and enjoy your favorites from outside l.t.v. is not required to watch all its food all you need is your mobile device to watch on t.v. any time i get. wealthy british style. markets why not come to. find out what's really happening to the global economy with my stronger for a no holds barred look at the global financial headlines tune in to kaiser report on our. you're watching r t thanks for being with us afghanistan's government will
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have to shut down dozens of schools and clinics which they cannot afford to sustain the health and education centers in danger were built by the u.k. military as part of the anti insurgency campaign middle east expert deepak to party believes the u.k. realizes a it's a time to build democracy in afghanistan has failed these schools or medical sense to centers where established when hopes were high that the taliban and other insurgents would be defeated and afghanistan would become a western style democracy but that hasn't happened in the last decade or so but especially with prime minister david cameron own party to cut down on foreign aid the british troops as well as the rest of the nato contingent are having a hard time so those hopes have been dashed and it is clear
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that the west is losing interest because the cost is too high and therefore the question are right for countries like britain why should we. pay a lot of money to run these facilities if we're going to pull out and afghans i mean our troops amnesty international has just come to our shores joining us songs that he will not face on war the extradition to the us he sent to sweden it's sad that the whistleblower has accused of sex crimes but many see that as a pretext for moving him to america way he could face the death penalty and we can expose spence says washington's treatment office on jazz and anime is effectively an attack on the entire world of journalism. you actually did it here you would be treated as an enemy an enemy combatant.
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and we all know what that entails we're doing journalism and the implication is that journalism getting the truth out there is considerate. of an enemy we of course awake waiting for the us equivalent of the are up a good way coming in for the us population to rise up and a. sense that human rights have been deteriorating in the us freedom of the media is not as it was before and i think it's pretty much the time would be the us population to realize. that our country is one of a very bad track i think could save the future of the american people. be sure not to miss the full interview with we can leak space person kristen
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referencing which will be aired on r d on sunday. appearing on american t.v. proved to be an all could experience for british prime minister david cameron he failed to answer some key questions in a mock a u.k. citizenship test that by the host david letterman but as our g.'s party boy found out of the prime minister is not alone when it comes to gaps in historical knowledge. to life in the u.k. citizenship test a must for anyone wanting to qualify for a british possible according to the government studying for it is meant to help all those hoping to make the u.k. their home integrate better into british society just last year prime minister david cameron in paris changes to the full amount of the exam saying that instead of honoring questions on european institutions british culture and history needed to take priority and during his car visit to the us mr cameron made an appearance at the david letterman show where he was faced with the u.k.
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citizenship test of his own. a royal brittania. written by whom i mean it's it's the iconic association with the british empire for your testament that. i'll go i'll go for magnet florida literally means great charter the great charter and wondered out the seeds of democracy really brittania which is a beautiful refrain. based on appalled by james thompson a family with james thompson well i'm not. the british media had a field day over the oxford an eton educated elite as epic fail over the questions about the magna carta and the rule britannia one of the real questions on the u.k. citizenship test all six how many parliamentary constituencies there are in the united kingdom the correct answer six hundred and fifty now we've come to the u.k.'s national library to find out if the london is ten can answer that question
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correctly thirty constituencies are there any three hundred sixty five hundred three hundred. sixty group. fifty something in that region. would you be able to tell me how many constituencies there are in the united kingdom constituencies i have no clue about fifteen. so it looks like david cameron's not be anyone to struggle with says every year one hundred thousand people take the test with as many as one in three failing fortunately for them unlike the british prime minister that his career had ended during the show they can enjoy as many retakes as they like. some other world news in brief now a prison break in the rockies city of tikrit claimed the lives of at least twelve people clashes began late on thursday night after a suicide bomb attack at the prison gate the military has regained control of the
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facility and quoted these thirty three inmates who escaped although some study five are still at large the attack comes after al qaeda in iraq announced plans to regain territory and free its members who'd been jailed. thousands of workers have marched through central rome as part of a nationwide one day strike against austerity which will lead to a downsizing of the public sector the government passed the latest spending cuts and or goes in a bid to avoid debt disaster meanwhile the country continues to slide deeper into recession with unemployment at its highest level since two thousand and. nine years military has launched an offensive on the last stronghold of the al qaeda linked insurgents in somalia there's a prize operation against al shabaab militants began before dawn when troops went ashore in the port city of kids my own officials are have also claimed that other african union troops are proceeding the city by land al-shabaab fighters have
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denied the city has fallen. as young gay now for the laws market run down the we overdue you are going to get stuck in with wall street because stocks are still heading south as his business activity unexpectedly can transit in september and investors are digesting the spanish stress test results were revealed spain needs almost sixty billion euro susu of its passage banking sector it is in line with its perceived as a passive lost their markets and they start the week on a high and that a lot of that was to do with the fall that oil prices are resuming their northward direction that is indeed it from me and the rest of the business he will be back on monday to have a have a great weekend thanks for that update katie enjoy your time out will see you when you get back. right after the break peter divel and his guests will discuss the possibility of a strike on iran as israel's prime minister calls on the u.n. general assembly to take
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a tough stance on the sly make republic that's in our genes crosstalk coming up. it's perched atop a jar and the view from the kremlin stretches as far as the eye can see. for a city to siberia for centuries. it lost its economic importance even before it was bypassed but a chance a barren railway but the a spiritual center. eat . things like these are a yearly occurrence thousands of worshippers implicity water to commemorate the baptism of jesus.
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or the matter or it doesn't matter if it's minus thirty it's a siberian tradition i do it myself every year for everyone to overcome their worst fears it is desirable to take the plunge. but that's picture postcard church is the story of a city built by opportunist explorers political exiles and crafty fur traders. in the fifteen eighties the russians had only just conquered siberia taking it from the muslims. surrounded by enemies to be their stronghold constructed on top of the city but soon enough it became an economic hub siberian oil of its time bringing in a third of all russia's state revenue but the location head of the says for the russians. to moscow's one of the most popular places to send political dissent is not any people were exiled that once a giant bell that was used to incite riots was supposed to set
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a three hundred ten. the russian aristocracy. a revolt against the eight hundred twenty five known as the decembrists. they created a replica high society adopting the latest fashions as soon as they came out or at least once they made it from paris to siberia but the city also served up some bitter irony for the russian royal family after the bolshevik revolution. this is the office was nicholas the second spend most of the last year of his life his whole family had been exiled here and they were the fairly comfortable existence this was a big house but they weren't allowed to see visitors or gartside themselves whilst leaving this ordinary normal countryside lifestyle they even had thoughts of escape but within the year bizarre and his family would be dead.
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never again its political significance but the streets will always echo with a glorious past and will likely provide their livelihood first inhabitants in the future. in. a low in welcome across not computable targeting iran and the fog of impending war while the us and israel publicly disagree on how to define red lines when it comes to iran's nuclear program what is the possibility of an october surprise will israel attack iran before the american election and force washington's intervention as well. to cross-talk the possibility of a strike against iran i'm joined by me go tell it in san diego he is
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a peace activist and author of the general son journey of an israeli in palestine in tel aviv we have gideon levy he's a columnist and member of the her arts editorial board all right gentlemen crosstalk rules in effect that means you can jump in anytime you want gideon there's such a there's a concept called the october surprise meaning right before a month before a presidential election something happens to change it ok and our viewers may know some of those events what do you think the possibility is that israel unilaterally could attack iran if netanyahu is count gone to the united nations and made his case i mean he thinks he's right. it's hard to imagine that israel will attack in the coming weeks it's really almost impossible to imagine it even though you know by by itself when you speak about the surprise you speak about something which might be unexpected which must be unexpected but if we are really talking racially.


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